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Year : 2010  |  Volume : 51  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 131-133

Implications of low oral health awareness in Nigeria

Department of Community Dentistry, CMUL, University of Lagos, Nigeria

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O O Sofola
Department of Community Dentistry, CMUL, University of Lagos
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I congratulate the Nigerian Medical Association on this Golden Jubilee celebration. It is my opinion that time is apt for us all to have to reappraisal of health care delivery in Nigeria and fashion a practical and achievable way forward for the betterment of the health of the poor Nigerian. I thank the association for inviting me to participate in this symposium on "50 years of oral health in Nigeria". It is my hope and prayer that deliberations at this meeting would signal the beginning of a well planned and structured oral health care delivery system for Nigeria. My brief is to discuss the implication of low oral health awareness in Nigeria.

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